Entertainment. Educational. Enlightenment.
With offices on both sides of the Atlantic, we create inspirational film and television content for the global market. The MWE team has worked on projects across the globe, from Hollywood to Bollywood, Europe to China, and recently we have gone to the southern side of the world.
Wonder Women (documentary 6 x 50’)
WONDER WOMEN is a documentary series that focuses on women working in underrepresented jobs as we intend to seek out women whose presence is 15% or less in their respective career fields. Our journey will take us around the world as we follow these women who are paving the way in their own right. But this is not about the brave pioneers who forged the initial paths; instead, we choose to look at women who are working in fields that have little female representation. We will witness their daily struggles, the obstacles they must overcome, and take part in their success stories as we immerse ourselves into their lives.
Isolation (TV series 10 x 50’)
The year is 2028 and we’re at Environmental Task Force Base ECO-1 located in the Arctic circle. The scientists here are dedicated to reversing global warming. They’re aware, every minute of every day, of their isolation here at the northern most inhabited spot on the globe will determine the fate of the future. In case of an emergency, you can’t call 9-1-1. Every day is a challenge to survival – ironic, because the scientists here are trying to help the Earth survive.
Created by Morgan Gendel (Law & Order, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, among others)
InGenius (documentary 6 x 30’ )
InGenius is a half-hour docu-series that explores the spirit of innovation with storyteller and adventurer Lani Evans. In every episode we peer into the conditions that inspire common people to invent extraordinary solutions to the challenges of everyday life.
The Dark Lady (full-length feature 1 x 120’)
The Dark Lady is the story of the hidden and secret life of Emilia Lanier – the theory that it was indeed a woman behind the works of William Shakespeare.
Cancer Free Recipe (documentary 1 x 50’)
A follow up to the success of Walking Points, Cancer Free Recipe revisits the people who were diagnosed with cancer and we check in on their status quo three years later to investigate if the benefits of a Whole Food Plant based diet actually reversed their cancer or not.